What are the Hyundai Maintenance Schedules?

Black 2019 Hyundai Tucson from rear right

If you want your vehicle to run smoothly for many years to come, it is essential that you stick to the maintenance schedule recommended by the manufacturer. Triple J Saipan has provided Hyundai maintenance schedule information so you know what is required to ensure your Hyundai operates safely and at peak performance on the roads of Saipan. We’ll focus on popular models like the Hyundai Elantra, Hyundai Santa Fe, and Hyundai Sonata. If you have any questions, you can always reach out to the Hyundai experts at Triple J Saipan.

Hyundai Elantra Maintenance Schedule

For the Hyundai Elantra, you should have the bulleted components inspected at the following mileage intervals:

Every 7,500 Miles

  • Hoses, brake lines, and connections
  • Disc pads and brakes
  • Boots and driveshaft
  • Muffler and exhaust pipe
  • Steering Gear rack, linkage, and boots
  • Suspension mounting bolts
  • Air Cleaner filter
  • Air Conditioning compressor
  • Air Conditioning refrigerant
  • Battery condition
  • Vacuum hose
  • Replace the following elements:
  • Climate control air filter
  • Engine oil and filter
  • Rotate tires

Every 15,000 Miles

  • Parking brake
  • Fuel tank, vapor hose, and fuel filler cap
  • Brake fluid
  • Fuel filter
  • Fuel tank air filter

Every 30,000 Miles

  • Fuel lines
  • Fuel hoses
  • Connections

When your Elantra reaches the 95,000-mile mark, it is also time to replace your spark plugs. When you hit 120,000 miles behind the wheel of your Elantra, it is a good idea to replace the coolant.

Hyundai Sonata Maintenance Schedule

For the Hyundai Sonata, you should inspect, and in some cases replace, the following components at these intervals.

Every 7,500 Miles

  • Air Cleaner filter
  • Air Conditioning compressor
  • Air Conditioning refrigerant
  • Muffler and exhaust pipe
  • Steering Gear rack, linkage, and boots
  • Suspension mounting bolts
  • Vacuum hose
  • Battery condition
  • Hoses, brake lines, and connections
  • Disc pads and brakes
  • Boots and driveshaft
  • Rotate tires
  • Replace the following elements:
    • Climate control air filter
    • Engine oil and filter

Every 15,000 Miles

  • Brake fluid
  • Fuel tank air filter
  • Parking brake
  • Fuel tank, vapor hose, and fuel filler cap
  • Fuel filter

Every 30,000 Miles

  • Fuel lines
  • Fuel hoses
  • Connections

Similar to the Elantra, the spark plugs in the Sonata should be changed when you hit 95,000 miles, and the coolant should be replaced no later than the 120,000-mile mark.

Hyundai Santa Fe Maintenance Schedule

Following these mileage interval inspections and replacements for the Hyundai Santa Fe.

Every 7,500 Miles

  • Air Cleaner filter
  • Battery condition
  • Hoses, brake lines, and connections
  • Disc pads and brakes
  • Air Conditioning compressor
  • Air Conditioning refrigerant
  • Boots and driveshaft
  • Muffler and exhaust pipe
  • Steering Gear rack, linkage, and boots
  • Vacuum hose
  • Suspension mounting bolts
  • Rotate tires
  • Replace the following elements:
    • Climate control air filter
    • Engine oil and filter

Every 15,000 Miles

  • Brake fluid
  • Fuel filter
  • Fuel tank
  • Vapor hose
  • Fuel filler cap
  • Fuel tank air filter
  • Parking brake

Every 30,000 Miles

  • Fuel lines
  • Fuel hoses
  • Connections

Every 60,000 Miles

  • Inspect valve clearance

Once again, spark plugs in the Santa Fe should be replaced when you reach 95,000 miles, and the coolant needs replacement at the 120,000-mile mark.

Trust Triple J Saipan for Outstanding Hyundai Service

When your Hyundai is in need of routine maintenance, be sure to bring it to the experts at the Triple J Saipan service center. We want to get your vehicle in pristine condition once again. Set up your next appointment today or contact us with any questions.